Man rushed to hospital after £850,000 dwelling explodes in Berkshire
Man rushed to hospital after £850,000 dwelling explodes in Berkshire – as eight hearth engines are dispatched to battle the blaze
- A person has been rushed to hospital after the explosion at an £850,000 dwelling
- Police, ambulance and firefighters attended the hearth in Higher Basildon
- Thames Valley Police right this moment confirmed the incident was not being thought of suspicious
A person has been rushed to hospital after an £850,000 dwelling exploded, leaving a severely injured man.
At the least eight hearth engines battled the following blaze in Higher Basildon, Berkshire.
Thames Valley Police mentioned they didn’t consider the incident was suspicious.
A spokesperson informed MailOnline: “It was a suspected explosion which triggered a fireplace at a residential property in Aldworth Highway, Higher Basildon which we had been referred to as to at 10.42pm.
A person has been rushed to hospital with critical accidents following an explosion at a home in Higher Basildon, on the outskirts of Studying
“We do not assume it is suspicious.
“A person has been taken to hospital and is in critical situation.”
Hearth engines from Royal Berkshire Hearth and Rescue had been joined by their colleagues from neighboring Oxfordshire.